Gnome snow gauge

Gnome with snow covered face and just the hat showing

Whiteout

Status: Hat showing
Traffic advisory: Reduced visibility
Snow depth: 5”
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Gnome in snow up to the beard

Drifting

Status: Beard showing
Traffic advisory: Avoid unnecessary journeys
Snow depth: 3-4”
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Gnome with snow to the tunic

Snow carpet

Status: Tunic showing
Traffic advisory: Allow extra time for travel
Snow depth: 2-3”
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Gnome with snow almost to the knee

Flurries

Status: Knee showing
Traffic advisory: Expect icy patches
Snow depth: 1”
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Gnome without snow

All clear

Status: Rabbit and shoes showing
Traffic advisory: Traffic is back to normal (brace yourselves)
No snow
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As we get ready to bid farewell to 2017 and welcome in 2018, I thought I would share this handy reference tool, the Gnome Snow Gauge, with very best wishes for a happy new year.

38 Replies to “Gnome snow gauge”

  1. This made me laugh. In a time when no one thinks for themselves, the Gnome measures the snow and gives a report. One post I am writing is “My Phone Knows” about all the things I store in my phone instead of my brain. Loved this!

  2. Ha, ha, ha, fantastic. The start to our new year had the gnome sneaking its way inside and wishing for a sunny destination.

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